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TORY RICHARDS

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Monday, December 1, 2014

Thank You


I've had a good year in books and wanted to offer a little something more than my usual free ebook mentioned in my newsletter. I only wish I could offer it to everyone but at least one lucky name will be drawn for the prize. This event is for you folks who are following my blog, facebook, or have signed up for my newsletter. Good luck to all of you! The winner will be announced on 1/2/15.

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45 comments:

VampedChik said...

Thank you so much! and Merry Christmas!
Every year my family gets together and we all make toffee. Its a lot of fun and really delicious.

lisagkendall said...

Thank you for the free copy of Nothing but Trouble as well as this contest. We usually spend at least one night driving around and looking at all of the Christmas lights. lisagk(at)yahoo

Rebecca Ray said...

Every year my sons help me make all my Christmas candies and cookies to give to the staff at our school, our neighbors and friends.

Kai said...

Every Christmas, my family would go and see Christmas lighting in the communities next door to us.

Tory Richards said...

Cool! Is it hard making toffee? You have a Merry Christmas, too:)

Tory Richards said...

We have the same tradition on Christmas Eve, Lisa. Some folks really go all out with the decorations and the grandkids get a kick out of seeing them.

Enjoy the book!

Tory Richards said...

My daughter does that, Rebecca. She always makes something for her kids to share with their class.

What kind of homemade candy?

Tory Richards said...

Same here, Kai. Do you put up lights?

Anne said...

Since I'm a January baby, we used to leave the Christmas decorations up until my birthday. As a kid though the most exciting tradition was opening a present on Christmas Eve.

Marcy Meyer said...

My favorite tradition is watching the kids come out Christmas morning to see what Santa brought them.

Tory Richards said...

I'm a December baby, in fact my birthday is on the 4th. My sister's is the 29th so we have to wait a whole year to get any presents. lol And our tradition was opening up all our gifts on Christmas Eve.

Tory Richards said...

Yeah, that's cook, Marcy, it's all about the kids. And now we have an added tradition of Ernie the Elf, so every morning my grandkids wake up and look for him. They know he's watching them:)

Jenny Dauksa Schaber said...

The best tradition is having all of my siblings and their families waking up on Christmas morning to see what Santa brought. There's about 10 of us now and we all sleep under the same roof on Christmas. We open our gifts together before everyone heads out to their in-laws.

Tory Richards said...

Jenny, that's a nice tradition. Makes me think of when my daughter was little and we had Christmas morning over at her grandparents. Her dad had 9 siblings and their spouses, kids were there. What a mad house! lol

bn100 said...

decorating the tree together

Tory Richards said...

That's always a fun family tradition to do, bn100. Do you have a large family?

Vanessa N. said...

We all watch christmas movies and wait until midnight to open our gifts.

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Michelle DeLeon said...

just enjoy the day with family

Felicia said...

My sisters (all five of them) and I do not buy gifts for each other. Instead, we give each other some of our favorite things...jewelry, scarves, boots, etc. Sometimes, it gets out of hand and is hilarious!

Kristi Van Howling said...

We usually put up lights and the tree on my birthday, which is December 15th. We then go looking at our neighbor's lights on their houses.

morningper said...

Just signed up for your blog site and the emails!! Looking for to reading your books. Love finding new authors to read!

Elizabeth Jones said...

Thanks Tory! Merry Christmas! My family loves to tour the neighborhood Christmas Eve to look at all the lights.

Shan said...

This is the perfect giveaway. I just spent a little time a B&BW today and boy was it packed. Anyway, every year I love to pile the kids in the car and ride around town to see the lights.

Sherika Williams said...

Thanks you for the chance to win and I want to wish you a Merry Christmas!!

Jody Faltys said...

My mom and sister come to my tiny apartment and we spend the whole day baking and drinking wine...and hot cocoa as the night progresses. Lots of fun talk and great memories being made!

Thanks for the giveaway and Happy Holidays!

Ruth said...

Ruth

Baking cookies. Thanks for the giveaway!

Ruth Less said...

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komal singh said...

We are not Christians so no particular Christmas celebration but i still decorate a small Christmas tree in my house every Christmas.. actually i love those small bells, lights and stars :)

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Tory Richards said...

Vanessa, what's your favorite Christmas movie? There are so many black and white classics out there and then the remakes. Christmas Story became one of our favorites the first time it came out. We watch it on and off all day Christmas day.

Tory Richards said...

Hey Michelle, that's why Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday. We used to have a large family and the first gathering of the year was the best! Now, due to deaths and divorces, and family members moving away, we've trickled down to a handful but it's still a nice day.

Tory Richards said...

That's a nice tradition, Felicia. I bet it means more, too, because you're giving up something you really like but it's staying in the family. And five sisters! I have one sibling, a sister. But I can imagine what it's like for you because my first hubby was the oldest of five girls and five boys. lol
Do you just trade off on the same items every year or come up with new things?

Tory Richards said...

Happy birthday, kristi! We're both December babies, mine was on the 4th.

Tory Richards said...

I hope you enjoy my books, Morningper, you should have received the info for them in your email. Thanks for signing up!

Tory Richards said...

Hi Elizabeth, I don't think you can go wrong checking out Christmas lights. We do it, too:)

Tory Richards said...

Thanks for coming by, Shan. What's B&BW? I feel like I should know it:)


Merry Christmas to you too Sherika! Thank you for stopping by.

Sounds great, Jody! I love sitting around and sharing memories, especially from when we were kids. It's amazing what you forget sometimes, and someone else remembers.

Tory Richards said...

Hi Ruth, my mom was the baker in our house for the holidays and she cooked for three days! Breads, fried pies, cakes, cookies, candy, pies.

Thanks for signing up for my newsletter. You should receive a welcome letter with information about your free ebooks.

Tory Richards said...

Hi Komal, please email me at toryrichards60@gmail.com so I can send you your signup ebooks. Thanks for coming by and following my blog.

June M. said...

My family always got together at my grandparents'house and my grandfather would read the story of the first Christmas aloud.

KIM TALBOT said...

I don't really have any traditions. The only thing I require every Christmas is sweet potato pie.

Pernella Rodriguez said...

Love making caramel Apple blossoms they are shaped in the form of a flower blossom and filled with yummy filing of caramel and Apple's I make them every christmas

Tory Richards said...

Hi June,

We did that when my parents were still living. My sister and I each had a daughter and they were spoiled to say the least. Some of my best holiday memories are when the girls were growing up.

Tory Richards said...

LOL, Kim, you sound like my son-in-law. He loves sweet potato pie and every year my daughter will make him one from scratch. I guess it must be good because it's gone in a couple days and I know I didn't get a piece:)

Merry Christmas!

Tory Richards said...

Sounds really yummy, Pernella. One thing I looked forward to my mom making every year was her apricot fried pies, gosh they were good. I usually make peanut butter and chocolate fudge.

kimmyl said...

My mom makes all kinds of candy, fudge and cookies. Her and dad would deliver a batch to all the kids the night before Christmas. Thanks for the chance to win. Hope u have a Happy New Years!